Take a sneak peak at our current exhibits.
An impressive mural recreates a typical station scene from the early
20th century. The artist is Gus Froese, a well-known Saskatchewan
Winning the Prairie Gamble
This exhibit celebrates 100 years of Saskatchewan. A presentation with four mannequins sets the stage before provincehood. Events on the 1905-2005 timeline chronicle Saskatchewan achievements and challenges during the first 100 years of the province. An authentic log home tells a compelling story of early hardships. Two carved figures symbolize the sacrifices people made when they left their homelands. The Theatre celebrates Saskatchewan people and places.
In a Prairie Attic: Bladon Family Toys
This exhibit showcases more than 200 artifacts which speak of growing up during the settlement period of Saskatchewan. The artifacts tell the story of the Bladon family, a couple and their seven children who farmed near Lang, Saskatchewan from 1910 to 1995. The family members were savers. Five of the seven children lived in the family home for their whole lives. The toys provide a fascinating look at prairie childhood in the early decades of the 20th century.
Yorkton Local History Exhibit
Discover how the original Yorkton townsite was established when the York Farmers' Colonization Company purchased land in 1881.
exhibits showcase an array of artifacts from different cultures,
including British, German, American, and Ukranian.
Time Square - A Place For Kids
are invited to play with traditional toys and handle objects from the
past. Here, children can pretend they are students in a one-room school,
shop for items found in a general store or experience the atmosphere of
an old-time kitchen.
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